One of the recurring themes of our technology times is doing more with less. With more content than ever before, more users consuming information and media over the internet, we’re running out of bandwidth. Think about it. When content was delivered synchronously over the air, in the old TV world, you could connect a million […]
Principles & Methods
AMP 101: create AMP pages on WordPress sites
Accelerated Mobile Pages, abbreviated AMP pages, are a unique URL of your webpages using AMP HTML. For this post we provide a simple how-to guide on how to create AMP pages on your WordPress site. You can learn the rationale for AMP and why it’s important in this article.
2017 Ad Industry Trends
If you run an ad-funded site here are the 2017 ad industry trends you need to know. Optimize your website for higher paying ads and up to date SEO.
How to reduce server response time, time to first byte
When a user makes a request to a website or web application, the first response from the server is an important event. Even if this event just starts the chain of element loading on the page, it confirms to the browser that your site is alive and sets the stage for content to start appearing. […]
Removing single points of failure in DNS
It’s hard to believe we’re in 2016, almost 2017, and last month many of the major sites like Twitter, GitHub, Spotify and many other large websites went down for several hours. One of the issues of enterprise computing comes from architecting robust systems that can sustain loss of resources at different points. There are areas […]